Together with their current strengths though, turmoil is effective at giving you the exact same increase as the gap between barrows and nex gear/choatics[sic] and overloads are capable of RuneScape gold providing you the same boost as the difference between godwars equipment and nex gear/chaotics. So they're far from tiny boosts.

I will understand that compared to this current values these seem like enormous nerfs but the underlying problem is really that turm/ovl is too strong now and has been left in that condition for too long. It appears to me that when the cb update starts summoning won't be as easy as herblore, but after the summoning rework it ought to eventually be a lot better.

Disregarding everything previously, I'd suggest using the xp on summoning because summoning advantages more out of the bonus xp, as you save both money and time collecting charms. You understand how previously summoning consistently had a 1.1x multiplier on bonus xp weekends unlike other abilities in order not to be unbalanced? This time it's just like any other skill, so I'd take advantage of this when I needed summoning xp.

I believe that it's about time I get the hang of the skill. At the moment, I'm 63 in that ability. But the only encounter I have with this skill (I mean doing this, not the true exp for a higher level), is from approximately 5 times going solo. I have like maybe a few hundred tokens and because of this I can not appreciate any benefits from dungeoneering (I actually want a bonecrusher for hunter/combat training).

The way I received my exp in the skill is by tears of guthix, jack of trades, penguin points, and lamps from sof and quests. So, please enlighten me in the manners of Dungeoneering. How can I get tokens quickly, what would be the best practises (and (un)written rules) of playing in a team and finally what is this prestige item? Prestige is something you do once you complete all of cheap RS gold your flooring. Let's say I'd Floor 1 using Prestige 1. Prestige 1 means I completed 1 flooring then pressed on the prestige button. But let's say I was on Floor 31 and I'd Prestige 1: I would get lower XP. Prestige, in addition to Floor, are your foundation XP rates for the dungeon you finish (subsequently, level-mod, deaths, etc.. kick in). So, if you finish 30 flooring, you press on prestige, and then you do floor 31. You're xp should be approximately 100%, due to the average involving your stature as well as your flooring. So, that is prestige.

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